Top 10 Food Grain Producing States of India


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Top 10 Food Grain Producing States : 2014-2015

S.No.State/ UTFoodgrains (Th. tonnes)
1Uttar Pradesh42472
2Punjab27461
3Madhya Pradesh25489
4Rajasthan19752
5Andhra Pradesh+ Telangana17443
6Haryana16748
7West Bengal16508
8Bihar13054
9Karnataka12048
10Maharashtra10334


Remarks*- Foodgrain here is the combined Production of Gram, Tur & Other Pulses

Sources:http://www.mospi.gov.in/

Last Updated on : March 1, 2017



 

     


     

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